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  • Football | November 02, 2014

    Wildcats smother Pokes, 48-14, now look to TCU


    Now it’s OK to talk about TCU. Kansas State was all business Saturday night, easing past Oklahoma State, 48-14, at Bill Snyder Family Stadium — the Wildcats’ final hurdle before the highly anticipated showdown with the 10th-ranked Horned Frogs in Fort Worth next week. “This

  • Football | November 02, 2014

    Guggisberg: Early hiccup doesn’t slow defense


    For one drive Saturday night, Oklahoma State’s offense had Kansas State football fans nervous. Oklahoma State took the game’s opening kick off and promptly drove 84 yards for a touchdown in eight quick plays, five of which went to speedy receiver Tyreek Hill. Just

  • Volleyball | November 02, 2014

    Wildcats rally to beat Texas Tech


    The 22nd ranked Kansas State volleyball team knows a thing or two about having its back against a wall. The Wildcats were in that position again after dropping the first two sets to Texas Tech, before coming back for a 3-2 (23-25, 17-25, 25-23, 30-28, 15

  • Tennis | November 02, 2014

    Wildcats strong on Day 2 in Houston

    HOUSTON, Texas — Kansas State women’s tennis registered a strong afternoon on the second day of the Jason’s Deli Collegiate Invitational on Saturday on the Rice University campus. The Wildcats carded six singles wins and one doubles win. K-State’s six singles wins came

  • Women's Basketball | November 02, 2014

    Craig working to get on track for junior season


    Bri Craig can sometimes be her own worst enemy. The junior from Lincoln, Neb., was on her way to becoming a star for Kansas State after her first season in Manhattan. As a freshman, the 5-foot-9 guard averaged nearly nine points a game, was one

  • Football | October 31, 2014

    Wildcats enter final stretch of season with a lot on the line

    Morgan Burns won’t say whether Kansas State overlooked Baylor two years ago when the Wildcats had their undefeated season shattered in the final two weeks of the season. But one thing Burns does know is that anyone can beat anyone any given day, a

  • Football | October 31, 2014

    K-State looking to contain Cowboys’ speedy Hill


    Bill Snyder is no stranger to occasional hyperbole. When asked about Oklahoma State’s Tyreek Hill, the longtime Kansas State head coach called the junior-college transfer from Garden City Community College the fastest man in the world, on two different occasions. “He has world-class speed,”

  • Football | October 31, 2014

    Freshman LB making plays for K-State

    With Kansas State clinging to its 6-0 first-half lead against Texas, Elijah Lee made a play that turned the momentum in the Wildcats’ favor at just the right time. On third-and-19 at the K-State 26, the Longhorns were looking to put points on the board when

  • Volleyball | October 31, 2014

    Cats have lofty goals for Big 12 stretch run

    The 22nd-ranked Kansas State volleyball team returns home after a week-long layoff, embarking on the second half of its Big 12 schedule by welcoming Texas Tech for a 1 p.m. match Saturday at Ahearn Field House. “Sometimes during the course of a Wednesday-Saturday schedule, you have

  • Football | October 29, 2014

    Wildcats debut at No. 9 in CFP poll

    Kansas State may have five regular season games remaining, but the Wildcats know where they stand right now when it comes to the developing College Football Playoff picture. The Wildcats (6-1, 4-0 Big 12) debuted at No. 9 in the playoff committee’s first-ever Top 25 rankings that

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